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UK MCA: Passenger information onboard to be digitally reported

UK MCA ran a consultation and concluded to a new method by which passenger numbers and passenger information is required to be transmitted; By December 20 2023, for vessels to which the regulations apply, passenger numbers must be reported digitally to the relevant authorities either via the National Single Window (‘NSW’) or via the ship’s Automatic Identification System (‘AIS’). 

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BIMCO receives support for proposal to harmonize data

BIMCO has received solid support for a submission at the 43rd session of the Facilitation Committee meeting (FAL 43) held at the IMO Headquarters on 8-12 April, that will ensure harmonisation of data exchanges and limit the administrative burden for ships. The submission proposed the introduction of additional e-business solutions that supplement communication stipulated in the FAL Convention.

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Maritime single window available after launch in Antigua and Barbuda

​A successful IMO project promoted by Norway to establish a maritime "single window" in Antigua and Barbuda has been completed – and the source code for the system will now be made available to other countries who need it. The new requirements which came into effect on 8 April 2019 require national governments to introduce electronic information exchange between ships and ports. 

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